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Jerez and Cádiz Day Trip from Seville Including Sherry Tasting, Andalusian Horse Show and Ferry Ride

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  • Full-day trip to Jerez and Cádiz from Seville
  • Tour a traditional Jerez sherry bodega and sample a selection of sherry
  • Visit the famous Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art in Jerez
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Jerez and Cádiz Day Trip from Seville Including Sherry Tasting, Andalusian Horse Show and Ferry Ride
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Jerez and Cádiz Day Trip from Seville Including Sherry Tasting, Andalusian Horse Show and Ferry Ride
$106.09
Overview
Rewind to old-time Andalusia on a Jerez and Cádiz day trip from Seville. With an expert guide, explore palm-lined Jerez, known for its sherry and equestrianism. Visit a bodega to learn about and sample local sherry, and watch a dazzling performance of dressage and other equestrian skills by the riders and stallions of the iconic Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art. Lastly, take a ferry to Cádiz and enjoy free time before admiring the medieval center and rooftop views from the ‘camera obscura’ (dark room) at the Tower Tavira.
What to Expect
Meet your guide at your hotel or another meeting point in central Seville and hop inside your air-conditioned coach for your day trip. Admire the Spanish countryside as you travel to nearby Jerez de la Frontera, famous for its horses and sherry.
After roughly an hour, arrive in palm-filled Jerez to visit one of its historical sherry bodegas. Meet your winemaker host and learn what makes the local sherry special as you tour the grounds. See wooden casks in the cellars and taste a delectable selection of sweet and dry varieties.
Continue to the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art, the spiritual home of doma vaquera and classical dressage. Watch a show where the purebred horses and costumed riders perform a precision equestrian ballet. Marvel as the horses are ridden in time to classical music, and see a breathtaking display of carriage driving.
Next, travel to the port town of Puerto de Santa Maria, and take a 30-minute ferry ride across the bay to the ancient peninsula city of Cádiz. One of Europe's oldest ports, the city is surrounded by the Atlantic and is swathed in a wonderful maritime atmosphere.
Step ashore and enjoy free time for lunch (own expense). Then, stroll around the old center with your guide to see highlights such as Cádiz Cathedral and La Vina, the fishing district and home of Cádiz’s carnival. Along the way, enjoy a stop to visit the 18th-century Tavira Tower where a camera obscura projects live panoramas of the city. Admire the show or simply ogle the views from the top of the tower.
Afterward, return to Seville where your tour ends at the start point.
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1 - 5 of 12 reviews

Reviewed July 1, 2018
The highlight of our trip to Spain

This Andalusian Horse Show was fantastic. The facility is second to none, and the horses are well-cared for. It is no wonder they get such rave reviews. The indoor show is professionally done, and it is obvious that the riders are well trained and experienced,...More

Thank Dick T
Reviewed June 10, 2018 via mobile
Poor, better off doing it yourself.

Overall I found this tour to be disappointing. The tour of the Sherry Bodega was poor and the sample included two small glasses at the end in a room crammed with people where the only information you're given is that one is dry and the...More

2  Thank Neil O
Reviewed May 17, 2018 via mobile
Lo siento, pero debe quejarse

Pablo is clearly an enthusiastic and nice guy no doubt full of interesting historical and political information. Unfortunately he insisted on holding the microphone up his nose so we were deafened by too much noise and distortion. This was pointed out to him early on...More

1  Thank rogerglan
Reviewed May 10, 2018 via mobile
Nice friendly Guide, not so good tour

Pablo our guide was really nice and friendly and tried his best to make the tour interesting, but the day plan itself is not good, the winery is not that interesting to start with and I think it is better to spend more time exploring...More

1  Thank Mohamed H
Reviewed April 20, 2018 via mobile
Excellent show

The level of horsemanship on show was of the highest quality. Excellent value and a brilliant opp for people to see humans and horses in perfect unison during the 1.5 hrs show.

Thank Dermot M
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